did a couple of the trails with my son, we had a really good time, some of the trails are really narrow, lots thick forest, we will go back and try some of the other trails

hiking
9 days ago

Hiked this twice and did a different path each time. The highlights were climbing Profile Rock and the views from The Ledge. Some trails were fantastic and others were barely there and needed some clean up. Not all trails are clearly marked. I would've given 3.5 stars if it was possible.

hiking
15 days ago

We've been to Profile Rock several times and to the Ledge once recently. The kids & dog enjoy these spots, the views at the top are nice. Downside is the graffiti captured in our pictures.

hiking
1 month ago

The kids loved it!

backpacking
1 month ago

Went there yesterday it was beautiful! I loved it! And so did my grandpa

hiking
3 months ago

One of our family's favorite hikes. Beautiful old, wide and flat trails lined with stone walls. Make your way out to the Ed Shed for a picnic and check out the nearby vernal pool. Can be a little buggy during the summer.

hiking
3 months ago

hiking
7 months ago

good for a beginner

hiking
9 months ago

if you want to hike or take your dog on a walk go somewhere else

on Freetown Trail

11 months ago

Trails are horrible. Dirt bikes everywhere, almost got run over by one flying around the corner. Graffiti was everywhere on trees, rocks, etc. There was really no parking for us. It said, "No parking" in front of the gate so I parked in the street. We walked all the way to the ledge it was a very long walk, where is a bunch of punks out there and walking around and making jokes about falling off the ledge (very disrespectful). We walked all the way back to the car in the car had been towed so now me and my friends are really mad because we already walked like 4 miles in, then we had to walk 21 more miles. Worst trail ever.

geocaching
Sunday, July 24, 2016

love this forest beautiful scenery..I go paranormal investing here....

hiking
Wednesday, July 20, 2016

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Thursday, June 23, 2016

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Sunday, May 01, 2016

Sunday, February 28, 2016

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Saturday, January 30, 2016

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Sunday, December 27, 2015

I completed an approximate 9 mile loop today (12/27/15). I parked at the main parking area on Stab Bridge Road and headed south using the trail map found at http://www.mass.gov/eea/docs/dcr/parks/trails/freetown.pdf. I did the 9 miles without ever going south of Copicut Road. The are some trail blazes but the map didn't seem to have colors or specific trail info. Perhaps there is additional information at other websites. In any event this is a huge area and well worth a visit. There are many options for trails and dirt roads. It had rained during the previous night and some of the trails had a lot of standing water, especially where the trials had been eroded. Many of the trails were also rocky so you had to pay attention. Not much elevation change. Some type of blight and/or fires have killed many trees which is unfortunate but it did make for some interesting landscapes. I look forward to completing other sections of the trail system.